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1951 Belgian Grand Prix (Rnd 3, Spa-Francorchamps, June 16th-17th)

1951 Belgian Grand Prix (Rnd 3, Spa-Francorchamps, Qualifying, June 16th)
Pos Driver Team Time/Gap
 1. Juan Manuel Fangio      Alfa Romeo 159           4:25 (191.819 km/h)
 2. Giuseppe Farina         Alfa Romeo 159          -0:03
 3. Luigi Villoresi         Ferrari 375             -0:04
 4. Alberto Ascari          Ferrari 375             -0:05
 5. Piero Taruffi           Ferrari 375             -0:07
 6. Consalvo Sanesi         Alfa Romeo 159          -0:11
 7. Louis Rosier            Talbot-Lago T26C-DA     -0:20
 8. Yves Giraud-Cabantous   Talbot-Lago T26C        -0:27
 9. Louis Chiron            Talbot-Lago T26C        -0:36
10. Phillipe Étançelin      Talbot-Lago T26C-DA     -0:39
11. Johnny Claes            Talbot-Lago T26C-DA     -0:44
12. André Pilette           Talbot-Lago T26C        -0:51
13. "Pierre Levegh"         Talbot-Lago T26C        -0:52
Did Not Appear
    "B.Bira"                Maserati 4CLT/48        {No available engine}
    Jose Froilan Gonzalez   Maserati 4CLT/48        {n/a}
    Reg Parnell	            Ferrari 375             {n/a}

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1951 Belgian Grand Prix (Rnd 3, Spa-Francorchamps, 36 laps, June 17th)
Pos No Driver Team Time/Gap
 1  4 Giuseppe Farina        Alfa Romeo 159                 2h45m46
 2  8 Alberto Ascari         Ferrari 375 '375-4'	    2h48m37.2
 3 10 Luigi Villoresi        Ferrari 375 '375-3'            2h50m08.1
 4 14 Louis Rosier           Talbot-Lago T26C-DA '110053'   34 laps
 5 22 Yves Giraud-Cabantous  Talbot-Lago T26C '110009'      34 laps
 6 24 Andre Pilette          Talbot-Lago T26C '110006'      33 laps
 7 16 Johnny Claes           Talbot-Lago T26C-DA '110052'   33 laps
 8 26 "Pierre Levegh"        Talbot-Lago T26C '110005'      32 laps
 9  2 Juan Manuel Fangio     Alfa Romeo 159                 32 laps
Retirements:
   18 Louis Chiron           Talbot-Lago T26C '110001'      28 laps (Piston)
    6 Consalvo Sanesi        Alfa Romeo 159                 11 laps (Radiator)
   12 Piero Taruffi          Ferrari 375 '375-5'             8 laps (Rear axle)
   20 Phillipe Etancelin     Talbot-Lago T26C-DA '110054'    0 laps (Transmission)
Fastest Lap:
Juan Manuel Fangio, Alfa Romeo, 4:22.1

*Notes
Changed entries:
Louis Chiron was originally to drive #34 Maserati 4CLT/48, opting instead to pilot the #18 Talbot-Lago T26C.
Records:
Lowest entry to a World Championship Grand Prix.
First World Championship Grand Prix: André Pilette.

1951 World Drivers Championship (Rd 3)
Pos Driver Points
 1 Giuseppe Farina         12
 2 Juan Manuel Fangio      10
 3 Lee Wallard              9
 4 Alberto Ascari           6
 5 Piero Taruffi            6
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